The Juvenile Detectives Section is made up of one sergeant and six investigators. The sergeant makes case assignments to all other detectives under his command and also handles walk in complaints involving juveniles and supplements the other detectives when assistance is needed. He maintains the case logs and proof reads all reports and case files prior to them being submitted for prosecution.
The juvenile detectives are the busiest of all the sections that make up the Bureau of Investigations. They not only handle crimes committed against juveniles but crimes committed by juveniles. The sergeant maintains the case logs and proof reads all reports and case files prior to them being submitted for prosecution. The detectives also supplement the other sections when needed. Two members of this section are trained in child porn investigations. This division maintains records on juveniles until they reach the age of seventeen. To date there have been over 500 investigations involving juveniles since the start of 2010.